Impact Hub MSP believes in creating opportunities for our members and the broader community. We host events that businesses leverage to take their venture to the next level and to drive social impact in the Twin Cities. Want to partner? Reach out!

 

Experts Are In

Every other Wednesday, a variety of content experts volunteer for Impact Hub to provide coaching, advice and mentorship to our members. These professionals have volunteered their time to advise social entrepreneurs in areas such as fundraising, financial planning, human resources and legal issues. Not exactly sure what steps you need to take to build your business? General experts are available to help direct members to exactly what they need.

 

Skills a la Carte

A series of engaging workshops and discussions intended for those at every stage of their entrepreneurial journey. Just getting started? Been planning something for a while but don’t know how to get off the ground? Have you been in the game for a minute but want to grow your enterprise further? We’re got you covered! Just pick the workshops that teach the skills you need – à la Carte style.

 

1 Million Cups Minneapolis

Based on the notion that entrepreneurs discover solutions and engage with their communities over a million cups of coffee, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation developed 1 Million Cups in 2012—a free program designed to educate, engage and inspire entrepreneurs

 

Communities of Practice

Topic and sector-focused peer-to-peer learning networks provide structured opportunities for sharing best practices and technical knowledge. Current Communities of Practice: Impact Investing & Impact Measurement and Reporting.

Impact Investing Ecosystem Map

Twin Cities Impact Investing Ecosystem Map

 

For the purpose of this map, an impact investment is defined as an investment that seeks to create both positive financial return as well as positive social or environmental impact that is actively measured. This map has allowed our local impact investing community to understand the breadth and complexity of the impact investing activity in the twin cities as well as provide context to each organization how they fit within the ecosystem.